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Boolean logic

 [boo´le-an]
an algebra that permits operations on sets of elements; it is used in online literature searches. The principal Boolean operators are AND (intersection), OR (union), and NOT (difference).
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high sales performance) or the negation of high sales performance (~performance) via applications of Boolean algebra.
Now these neutrosophic Boolean algebras cannot be edge neutrosophic lattices.
Keywords: Big Data, Hype Cycle, Volume, Velocity, Variety, and Veracity, Boolean algebra, Atoms File
algebra with 1, then B(A)is a Boolean algebra with the induced operations [conjunction], [disjunction], [(-).
14 The family F is an effective Boolean algebra, i.
The crisp set and Boolean logic approach as presented by Ragin (1987) and others (Alasuutari, 1995) is based on the qualitative tradition of focusing on cases and conditions within the cases and then using Boolean algebra to look at all the configuration of conditions to test relationships with specific outcomes.
The algorithm combines complex network mathematics and Boolean algebra to define regions on a batch of CNTs.
Chapters cover common number systems and conversions, binary codes, fundamentals of boolean algebra, combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuits, introduction to ABEL hardware description language, VHDL, Verilog, and Boundary-Scan Architecture, and much more.
the fold), from rhetoric (catechresis), from Boolean algebra (the hypercube) and from psychoanalysis (too many theories to remember).
First, he recognized that Leibniz's binary code dovetailed perfectly with Boolean algebra.
I apply Boolean algebra to 28 Latin American national cases since 1956, to explain the revolutionary successes in Cuba and Nicaragua and the failures or absence of revolution elsewhere.